Bioelectromagnetics

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Edited By: James C. Lin

Impact Factor: 1.583

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 34/86 (Biology); 53/72 (Biophysics)

Online ISSN: 1521-186X

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  • Cerebral radiofrequency exposures during adolescence: Impact on astrocytes and brain functions in healthy and pathologic rat models

    Cerebral radiofrequency exposures during adolescence: Impact on astrocytes and brain functions in healthy and pathologic rat models

    (a) Cerebral section of rat brain performed 1.3 mm posterior to Bregma and (b) its reference to Paxinos and Watson's [2006] stereotaxic atlas. Stereotaxic implantation of the cannula was checked using i.c.v. methylene blue injected rats, which allowed visualization of stereotaxic implantation of the injection cannula and injection site into brain lateral ventricles. LV, Lateral ventricle.

  • Aggregation process of paramagnetic particles in fluid in the magnetic field

    Aggregation process of paramagnetic particles in fluid in the magnetic field

    The magnetic flux density distribution of the attracted particle.

  • Comparative dosimetry for children and rodents exposed to extremely low-frequency magnetic fields

    Comparative dosimetry for children and rodents exposed to extremely low‐frequency magnetic fields

    Center slice view of induced E-fields in child model Nina, normalized to 72 V/m perT, with 3 dB per contour. Direction of exposure field is indicated in the figure, with left to right as: top to bottom; side to side; front to back.

  • Effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields on peripheral blood circulation in people with diabetes: A randomized controlled trial

    Effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields on peripheral blood circulation in people with diabetes: A randomized controlled trial

    Measuring sites for laser Doppler flowmetry were (A) 1st distal phalange and (B) the base of 1st metatarsal bone. One small vein was marked over the base of the 1st metatarsal bone for ultrasound biomicroscopy.

  • Cerebral radiofrequency exposures during adolescence: Impact on astrocytes and brain functions in healthy and pathologic rat models
  • Aggregation process of paramagnetic particles in fluid in the magnetic field
  • Comparative dosimetry for children and rodents exposed to extremely low‐frequency magnetic fields
  • Effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields on peripheral blood circulation in people with diabetes: A randomized controlled trial

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